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  • Daniel Macht Apr 17, 2018

    Should You Pay Your Taxes With a Credit Card?

    It is hard to beat the convenience of a credit card for purchases, but does that same convenience make it worth paying your taxes by credit card? It might, but that depends on several factors involving money and time. “Your credit card is usually a high-interest option, but it is an option,” opines Betterment head of tax Eric Bronnenkant. Before...

  • Internal Revenue Service Apr 16, 2018

    Last-Minute Tax Day Filing Tips

    Waiting until the last minute to pay your taxes can cost you if you are expecting a refund, since the government hangs on to your money and receives more interest on it. However, if you owe money to the government, that same principle applies to you. Why not wait until the last minute? There is no reason not to, as...

  • United States Oct 16, 2017

    Monday Is Deadline for Filing 2016 Tax Extension Returns

    Did you squander your extension time? If so, you’re probably out of luck. The IRS generally only grants additional tax extensions to members of the military who are serving in combat zones and contingency operations, or certain taxpayers living outside the US. Special relief may be available for those affected by natural disasters, such as this year’s devastating hurricanes and...

  • United States Apr 18, 2017

    How to File for an Extension on Tax Day

    The tax day deadline is here but don’t worry if you’re not ready to file your taxes. You may file an extension with the IRS that gives you up to six more months to file your taxes — but you gotta do it today and still have to pay. Filing an extension will spare you from late filing penalties —...

  • United States Apr 18, 2017

    Last-Minute Tax Day Filing: How to Pay Uncle Sam at the Deadline

    Waiting until the last minute to pay your taxes can cost you if you are expecting a refund, since the government hangs on to your money and receives more interest on it. However, if you owe money to the government, that same principle applies to you. Why not wait until the last minute? There is no reason not to, as...

  • Donald Trump Apr 18, 2017

    De Blasio, With Shot at Trump, Releases 2016 Tax Returns

    In an era where tax returns are more political than ever, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio released his on Tuesday — and did not waste the chance to criticize President Donald Trump for withholding his.

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